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from irkutks, we travel to mongolia, and we cant find a place to book the train tickets online for that trip yet, but i've been told its not difficult to buy them at the station there. then we arrange our visas for china from mongolia, and the reason is that the chinese visa is quite set in what you can apply for. they want proof of your flights in, accomodation for the durartion of your trip, proof of flichgts out, and proof that you have a ...
... Armory was in charge of producing, purchasing and storing weapons, jewelry and various household articles of the tsars.
It is the collection of treasures created for the czars by the Kremlin workshops, gathered by the czars during their various state visits as well as gifts given to the czars and it is here that ten of the famous Fabergé eggs reside. (Out a total of 52 ...
... 8230;..! It is 636km from north to south and 60km wide and holds more water than is in the five Great Lakes in North America. It is the deepest lake in the world – and is getting deeper as the Asian and Pacific tectonic plates separate. It will eventually become the Earth’s 5th ocean… The water never gets warmer than 15 degrees centigrade, is pure enough to drink and it is possible to see down as far ...
We packed up our bags and checked out Dennis who runs the hostel was happy for us to leave our bags there. We swapped our room key for a front door key and headed out. Breakfast done we went into the Rym shopping centre. This place is huge, high end shops and a glass roof. Heading into the Kremlin guards, stand guard by the tomb of the unknown solider. Unlike many tourist attractions elsewhere in the world there are few signs. So a bit of guess work and, following the crowds led us ...
... are only portrayed in the movies, I mean a chambermaid!! You may laugh but during my last visit to the Russian capital in 1985 when it was the main city of the Soviet Socialist Republic, all hotel corridors were dimly lit with no more than a 5 watt bulb. The décor was a mixture or browns and greys. At the end of each corridor there was a desk and behind the desk sat an old lady. They were always old (or gave that impression from the hefty demeanour and dowdy ...